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Full Name  Jason Durr
Role  Actor
Name  Jason Durr
Years active  1990–present
Occupation  Actor

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Born  1967 (age 47–48)Singapore
Spouse  Kate Charman (m. 2004), Jeanine Durr (m. 1995–2000)
Children  Blossom Durr, Velvet Durr, Felix Durr
Nominations  National Television Award for Most Popular Newcomer
Movies and TV shows  Above Suspicion, Killer Tongue, True True Lie, Down Dog, Young Soul Rebels
Similar People  Kate Charman, Lynda La Plante, Eric Styles, Keith Richardson, Isaac Julien

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Jason Durr (born 1967) is an English actor of theatre, television and film, best known for his role as PC/DC Mike Bradley in the Yorkshire-based police drama series Heartbeat from 1997 until 2003, and his current role as Staff Nurse David Hide in the hospital drama series Casualty.

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Biography

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After training at LAMDA Durr attended the Royal Shakespeare Company, working with director Trevor Nunn in Measure For Measure and The Blue Angel, followed by Macbeth directed by Adrian Noble.

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Durr has starred as Sam Howard in the Rosamunde Pilcher dramas Winter Solstice and Summer solstice. Other notable roles are Dr. Anthony in True True Lie, Pencroff in Mysterious Island, a film based on Jules Verne's novel, and as Lord Kiely in Sharpe's Battle.

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In 2009 he appeared in a two-part British television drama, Above Suspicion. He received favourable reviews for his performance as murder suspect Alan Daniels.

In 2012 Durr starred as Guy Littleton in Noël Coward's Volcano, opposite Jenny Seagrove at the Vaudeville Theatre in London's West End.

In 2013 Durr finished filming the British feature film Down Dog, playing the lead Frank alongside Nick Moran, upon which he starred as Sherlock Holmes in the stage play, 'Sherlock Holmes -The Best Kept Secret'.

Durr has three children with wife Kate; twins and daughter.

In February 2014 Durr starred in the Michael Frayn farce Donkeys Years opposite Jemma Regrave at The Rose Theatre, Kingston. In March 2014 he appeared in THE MUMMY, opposite Susie Amy at The Blegrade Theatre and then on a national tour.

In 2016, he joined the cast of the BBC medical drama series Casualty, as Staff Nurse David Hide.

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